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Meet Sense: A System That Monitors Your Sleep Behavior

Sleeps is one of the things we know so little about but takes 1/3 of our lfetime, after you black out at night you will never know what goes on until when maybe you wake up in the middle of the night when some dog is backing outside, well this is about to change with Sense.

blacksneseThe Team at Hello Inc a San Francisco based company are working on Sense a hardware that is going to monitor your sleep pattern and reinvent your alarm clock. Sense will Let you know via a smartphone app how much you really slept the previous night and if it is safe to sleep.

Sense has been created to be  simple, uncomplicated and useful. Sense is the first system that combines the insight of your sleep patterns with the data of the environment in your bedroom, including noise, light, temperature, humidity and particles in the air.

With Sense’s Smart Alarm, it can even wake you up in the morning at the right point in your sleep cycle, to avoid that funny feeling of waking up when your are not yet ready.

Some time back I talked about how hardware systems are going to change the way we do things and am glad to see Sense uses technology so we can take back our sleep without imposing itself.

Everything with Sense is designed to fade away and work in the background, letting you just sleep and according to their Kickstart campaign which is getting out of propotion Sense comes with a little device called Sleep Pill. It simply attaches to your pillow and invisibly tracks your sleep at night. You don’t need to put on any uncomfortable wearables or remember to charge something or press a button. Sense knows when you’re falling asleep, soundly asleep, thrashing about, or waking up. 

One Last thing when Sense goes Green it means its safe to go to sleep, Sense also spends its every waking minute to give you awesome sleeping hours, is that awesome or What! Just go ahead and back these awesome makers and maybe we shall have better sleeping in the coming future.



Nicholas Kamanzi

Computer Engineer and Tech Reviewer.
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